PM Narendra Modi launched 5G internet services in India
PM Narendra Modi launched 5G internet services in India

At the India Mobile Congress, Prime Minister Narendra Modi pressed the remote to officially launch 5G internet services in India (IMC 2022). While Airtel is about to launch 5G from Varanasi, Reliance Jio is about to launch 5G from a village near Ahmedabad. At the same time, Mukesh Ambani, chairman, and CEO of Reliance Industries declared that 5G service would begin in every city in the nation by December 2023.

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According to PM Modi, the price of 1GB of data had previously been roughly Rs 300 but is now only Rs 10 per GB. An individual in India uses 14GB on average per month. In 2014, it cost roughly Rs 4200 per month; today, it only costs Rs 125–150. Due to the efforts of our government, this has occurred.

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Describe how 13 cities will have 5G connectivity in the first phase: Ahmedabad, Bengaluru, Chandigarh, Chennai, Delhi, Gandhinagar, Gurugram, Hyderabad, Jamnagar, Kolkata, Lucknow, Mumbai, and Pune. Following this, 5G will be available over the entire nation. The Airtel 5G network will launch today in eight significant cities across the nation, including Bangalore and Delhi.

All major cities in the country will be covered by Reliance Jio’s 5G service by Diwali this year. In parallel, Bharti Airtel will provide 5G service in Varanasi, Delhi, and Bangalore starting in October. While Vodafone Idea can only initially roll out 5G in a few regions.

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Jio becomes the nation’s largest 5G network provider

Let us inform you that the Government of India received record bids of Rs. 1.5 lakh crore in the largest 5G spectrum auction held in India. With an offer of Rs 88,078 crore, Mukesh Ambani’s Jio won roughly half of the airwaves up for auction. As a result, Reliance Jio gained the title of having the nation’s largest 5G network.

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